Accretions [noun]

Definition of Accretions:

gradual growth, addition

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Sentence/Example of Accretions:

Nearly 35,000 customers in Virginia were without power because of ice accretion on power lines, mostly in Fauquier, Culpeper, Orange, Albemarle and Louisa counties.

Experimental tools are available, which combine the depth of ice accretion on trees with wind speed data, to predict the level of utility disruption.

Extrapolating from the accretion ice, we estimated bacterial concentrations on the lake’s surface of about 100,000 cells per milliliter — about one-tenth that found in the ocean or the average non-frozen lake.

The process of character building through accretion and elimination has been going on.

And perhaps in the end the slopes were more laden by the smaller precipitations which deposited a daily accretion.

He was celebrated, like Solomon, for his wisdom and his might; and his name became the centre of a vast accretion of legends.

Connected with the size of larv, is the mode in which their accretion takes place.

By a principle of accretion, the second or third may be added to the first form, and the third to the second.

It involved the title to certain lands, the accretion on the shores of Lake Michigan, in or near Chicago.

If its process of accretion is never halted, if the balancing stage is never reached, there will be no toppling.